National Endowment for the Arts awards nearly $75 million in grants across all 50 states

Art, Awards, National, News
Friday, May 8, 2015
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Among the 1,023 awards announced May 6 is one to Make Music New York to support a one-day festival of free, participatory outdoor concerts. Pictured here is one of their Mass Appeal events that took place in New York's Union Square. (Aaron Friedman)

Among the 1,023 awards announced May 6 is one to Make Music New York to support a one-day festival of free, participatory outdoor concerts. Pictured here is one of their Mass Appeal events that took place in New York’s Union Square. (Aaron Friedman)

The National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) on Wednesday announced the latest round of its Art Works and State and Regional Partnerships programs, funding a symphony in Alabama, StoryCorps in Brooklyn, and more than 1,000 different projects across the country.

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Down The Drain In That Other Venice

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Wednesday, June 10, 2009
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Artist Mike Boucher was excited to bring American suburbia to the Venice Biennale, constructing a floating McMansion—complete with cheesy yellow vinyl siding—set to grace the city’s famed canals. Unfortunately the house tilted off a failed pontoon and sank; a disaster for the artist (who actually seems to find the whole thing hilarious), but a good symbol for our housing market back in the USA.

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